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You've been at your job for at least five years. You're hard working, loyal, and driven. Your boss says you're doing a great job. She even hinted at things looking up on the budget and new promotions coming down the pipe. Your projects have been getting excellent reviews and you've even been rubbing shoulders with some influencers at your company. You feel so confident that this next promotion has your name on it that you'd bet your bottom dollar on it.

Then, it happens.

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Although negotiating salary should come naturally to women, it's not usually the case. We are good at handling all sorts of negotiations at home—the contractor we hire for the bathroom renovation, the amount of screen time allowed to our teenager if grades improve, the next vacation spot—but when it comes to negotiating salary, we're not that great.

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It's that golden moment, the one you always dream about. The moment your boss actually offers you a raise, and you didn't have to ask for it! It doesn't happen often, unless you have something in your contract that stipulates your pay increases, or some other sort of mandated pay raise. However, for the majority, an impromptu raise is just a dream.

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Asking for a raise is probably as hard as breaking up with your high school boyfriend or girlfriend. It's something that you know you need to do in order to grow, but you're not exactly sure when and how to do it.

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How do you get a promotion? It's a good time to start thinking about growing your career and positioning yourself for one.

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